Instructions for Conducting a School, Through the Agency of the Scholars Themselves: Comprising The Analysis of an Experiment in Education, Made at The Male Asylum, Madras, 1879-1796. Extracted From Elements of Tuition, Part 2, The English School, Or The

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This book is a guide to a radical new approach to education that was developed in the late 18th century. It explains how a school can be run through the agency of the scholars themselves, with older students teaching younger ones. The book provides detailed instructions on how to implement this system, and includes an analysis of an experiment that was conducted in Madras in the late 18th century. This book is a fascinating insight into the history of education.

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